The War of the Worlds was an episode of the American radio drama anthology series Mercury Theatre on the Air. It was performed as a Halloween episode of the series on October 30, 1938 and aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network. Directed and narrated by Orson Welles, the episode was an adaptation of H. G. Wells' novel The War of the Worlds. Topic: program iptal the war of the worlds
In this 1998 interview with HCJB's Ken MacHarg, Dr. Xavier Almeida of Radio Quito details how in February, 1949 the station aired a re-creation of "War of the Worlds". The panic of Quito residents turned to anger and the radio station and newspaper building was burned down by people when they learned they'd been fooled by the dramatization. Topics: Radio Quito, radio drama, panic, War of the Worlds, Ecuador
This was the product of a joint class project in the spring of 2009. The voice over class taught by Vicki Lewis and Phil Allen quickly recorded the voices and further editing was done by Phil Allen's advanced sound design class. Topics: Orson Welles, Voice Over, USC, War of the Worlds
War of the Worlds Martian Panic Broadcast: why was it so effective in generating FEAR? Can it happen again? The danger for democracy when fiction is dressed up as news. How Fox News has adopted the "Welles Formula." Salon's Eric Stern takes original reports from 1938 Martian panic and swaps out "Martians" and "CBS" with "Obamacare" and "Fox News" with hilarious results. www.hearyourselfthink.org Topics: War of the Worlds, Orson Welles, Obamacare, Fox News, CBS
Avid shortwave listener Don Moore describes the radio dramatization of "War of the Worlds" that resulted in panic and tragedy in Februay 1949 in Quito, Ecuador. Topics: radio drama, Radio Quito, panic, War of the Worlds, Ecuador
On October 30, 1938, one of the most controversial and infamous media broadcast occured when Orson Welles and his Mercury Theatre on the Air performed their adaptation of H.G. Welles' classic science fiction novel "The War of the Worlds." Their radio play generated mass hysteria across America, convincing millions of people that an invasion from Mars was coming to their cities and towns, thus becoming known as "The Panic Broadcast." Today, as a tribute to this radio... Topics: old time radio, remixes, war of the worlds
This production of the Hollywood Radio Theater, stars Dana Andrews and Pat Crowley, in H. G. Welles classic War of The Worlds, about a Martian invasion of Earth. Topics: Hollywood Radio Theater, Sci-fi, War of the Worlds, OTR
THIS IS A DISC RECORDING OF THE ORIGINAL 1938 BROADCAST PLAYING ON A CALIFONE INSTITUTIONAL ELECTRIC PHONOGRAPH. I HAVE MODIFIED THE PHONOGRAPH TO PLAY DIRECTLY INTO MY COMPUTER TO CAPTURE DISCS AS MP3 AUDIO FILES. I LOOKED ON YOU TUBE AND THE ONLINE ARCHIVES BUT COULD NOT FIND A VIDEO OF THE DISC RECORDING BEING PLAYED IN REAL TIME. THEVICTROLAGUY@GMAIL.COM Topics: ORSON WELLES, WAR OF THE WORLDS RADIO BROADCAST
Howard Koch's radio adaptation of H.G. Well's "War of the Worlds" performed by the Old Time Radio Theater. See us at http://www.oldtimeradiotheater.blogspot.com/ ( 3 reviews ) Topic: koch radio war of the worlds wells performance
Howard Koch's radio adaptation of H. G. Well's "War of the Worlds" as performed by the Old Time Radio Theater of Frazier Park, CA. See us at http://www.oldtimeradiotheater.blogspot.com/ ( 4 reviews ) Topic: war of the worlds radio theater wells koch
INSTRUCTIONS:. When your friends aren’t watching, pop this CD into your home stereo. When the time is right (when your friends are just hanging out) go over and play the CD... Don’t make a big deal about it; just wander over and push play. Your friends will THINK you have just turned on a RADIO STATION (the recording sounds just like a radio broadcast, complete with music, commercials, and jingles)… But 5 minutes into the “broadcast,” a very realistic “Emergency Alert... Topics: zombie apocalypse, war of the worlds, radio broadcast, prank
Kara Freedmen interviews Prof Sidney Lemelle, Professor of History and Africana Studies at Pomona College, about the Association of Concerned African Scholars with a critique of Invisible Childrenâs Kony 2012 awareness campaign. Kevin Amirdjanian reflects back on a CMC-organized service trip with input from several other students from his team. To commemorate April Foolâs Day, Kip White presents a short history of an infamous radio prankâ-that of Orson Wellesâ War of the Worlds radio... Topics: Kony 2012, ACAS, Tennessee, volunteer, April Fools, War of the Worlds
Please enjoy more classic dance tracks by dr siminz. Available for free download. (Uploaded by the artist) Search for more Siminz free downloads at this site..... Topics: cocostreet, siminz, happy, hardcore, christian, alison, templer, house, trance, war of the worlds
War Of The Worlds, pt 3 by H G Wells. Adapted for podcast by Anya M. All readings, sound effects and advertisements recorded and arranged by members of the Robert Gordon's Podcasting Club. Topics: aliens, creative commons, earth, hg wells, orson wells, robert gordon's college, war of the worlds
I finished this originally 16mm film at CalArts in 1978, and now see it as a predecessor of Spielberg's "War of the Worlds". On this subject of origins, look for the dog dressed up like a dinosaur in fellow CalArts alumni Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie" (1984). I thank Mary Shelley, Peter Beckman and his Boris Karloff, Michael Mann and his window, and the children. I suppose this work would have gone further if it had alien dissection of humans, but we live and learn. Topics: Peter Beckman, Tim Burton, Steven Spielberg, Frankenweenie, War of the Worlds
War Of The Worlds by H G Wells. Adapted for podcast by Anya M. All readings, sound effects and advertisements recorded and arranged by members of the Robert Gordon’s Podcasting Club. Topics: aliens, creative commons, earth, hg wells, orson wells, robert gordon's college, war of the worlds
In the latest episode, Chris and Dave wax nostalgic about old toys, returning to the podcasting game, snowballing and cats. Enjoy! Topics: geek, nerd, podcast, cats, star wars, war of the worlds, blue, yeti
The ParaNet Continuum radio show #29 (October 30, 1994) hosted by Michael Corbin with a special Halloween edition featuring excerpts from Orson Welles' famous 1938 broadcast War of the Worlds.Show length is 52:28. Topics: ParaNet Continuum, UFOs, Unidentified Flying Objects, War of the Worlds, Orson Welles
episode097b is a special edition of media monarchy featuring an extended exploration of orson & hg wells, william cooper & the 70th anniversary of the 'war of the worlds' psyop. plus uk/ufo files, judith miller, rove arrest, e howard hunt, the cult of scientology, music by mix master mike and tons more... media monarchy dot com Topics: media monarchy, news, politics, conspiracy, podcast, portland, welles, war of the worlds Source: mediamonarchy.com
War Of The Worlds by H G Wells. Adapted for podcast by Anya M. All readings, sound effects and advertisements recorded and arranged by members of the Robert Gordon's Podcasting Club. Topics: aliens, creative commons, earth, hg wells, orson wells, robert gordon's college, war of the worlds
For the third Halloween episode of the SUPERMAN FAN PODCAST, the featured story is the Elseworlds story, SUPERMAN, WAR OF THE WORLDS. It was published on October 14, 1998. It was written by Roy Thomas, drawn by Michael Lark, lettered by Willie Schubert and colored by Noelle Giddings. This episode takes a brief look at the original WAR OF THE WORLDS story and highlights some of the major radio and movie adaptions. Also featured are some of the comic book "Easter eggs" in the Elseworlds... Topics: Comic Books, Superman, Comic Book Podcast, Superman Podcast, War Of The Worlds
World War Three: On the Path of Chaos (2010) A Musical Journey into HG Wells War of the Worlds without narration. There excist another version with the narration taken from the deluxe version of War of the Worlds. Due to copyright issues this is only for private use. Therefore this mix was created without the narration and with extra sounds and samples added with the Korg KP3. Topics: weird, war of the worlds, trance, dance, ambient, electribe, trip, Kaosspad, Kaossillator
Special Guest Michael Lutz emerges from the basement to discuss The Uncle Who Works For Nintendo, plus Thanksgiving, smile.dog, War of the Worlds, Before I Go To Sleep, Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire and Welcome to the Dress-Up of the Real.Haps Discussed: Thanksgivings, Marvel: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Introduction to Professional Writing, Leaves vs. Snow, smile.dogBooks Discussed: War of the Worlds (Book of the Month Discussion), Before I Go To Sleep, Choose Your Own Adventure: War With the... Topics: Michael Lutz, podcast, video games, videogames, book, books, war of the worlds, Slavoj Žižek
An aircheck from Halloween night 1973. A night of radio drama starting with a local version of War of the Worlds, Arch Obler's "The Darkness", a show on Vampires, A ghost story called "The Bed", "People Places and Things - a 30" piece on UFO's. Including actual commercials from the time period in Buffalo, NY. All pieces were performed by DJ's at the station at the time. The DJ for the War of the Worlds was known as Shane, who seemed to be the archetype for the hip... ( 6 reviews ) Topic: OTR,Radio,WKBW,Halloween,drama,War of the Worlds, HG Wells, Orson Wells,Mars,Buffalo,radio
5RiNGS interpretation of Orson Welles' classic radio broadcast of H.G. Wells' "War of the Worlds." Topics: Orson Welles, H.G. Wells, War of the Worlds, 5RiNGS, trip hop, turntablism, electronica, breakbeat,...
First Broadcast 73 year ago on October 30, 1938 by The Mercury Theatre on the Air When first broadcast, some listeners heard only a portion of the broadcast, and took it to be an actual news reports. Newspapers reported that panic ensued, people fleeing the area, others thinking they could smell poisonous gas or could see flashes of lightning in the distance. Source: The War of the Worlds (October 30, 1938) Music includes Don't You Ever Let Nobody Drag Yo's Spirit Down - Linda Tillery & the... Topics: Great Speeches and Interviews, The Mercury Theatre on the Air, The War of the Worlds, science...
Oops! They did it again. The boys start a new series on the show in which they discuss remakes compared to the original counterparts. It all starts with the 1953 War of the Worlds and the Steven Spielberg blockbuster from 2005. Topics: 1953, 2 peas on a pod, 2005, 2peasonapod, cinema, film, friends, funny, mississippi, movie, news,...
The War of the Worlds is an episode of the American radio drama anthology series The Mercury Theatre on the Air. It was performed as a Halloween episode of the series on October 30, 1938, and aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network. Directed and narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles, the episode was an adaptation of H. G. Wells's novel The War of the Worlds (1898).The first two thirds of the 60-minute broadcast were presented as a series of... Topics: Radio Drama, The Mercury Theatre on the Air, Columbia Broadcasting System, Orson Welles, H. G....
An episode of Reality Check: Alex Fitch talks to Jeff Wayne about The War of the Worlds - The New Generation Topics: Reality Check, Liam Neeson, concept album, H.G. Wells, SCI-FI-LONDON, podcast, Alex Fitch, Jeff... Source: Resonance FM / SCI-FI-LONDON
Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre broadcast of H. G. Welles' War of the Worlds, in which an invading army of Creatures from the planet Mars devastates the Earth with its terrible destructive machines. Topics: Mercury Theatre On The Air, H. G. Welles, War of the Worlds, Orson Welles, Sci-fi, Drama, Old Time...
Comic book legend Stan Sakai made his return to the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon Anaheim to discuss, among other things, his extensive wardrobe of Hawaiian shirts and growing up in the Aloha State, the upcoming thirtieth anniversary of Usagi Yojimbo, his martian invasion "Usagi" miniseries, selling Usagi merchandise at LAX, a look at how he and Dark Horse Comics Publisher Topics: arts&culture, talk&interview, cbr tv, wondercon2013, wondercon, stan sakai, dark horse...
Songs from SPACE we blast off on this SPACE MISSION with the likes of The Cramps , Angie and The Car Wrecks and more ... get ready to get SCI FI Psycho/Rockabilly Style !!!! .. 60 mins of NON STOP ROCK Hot Rod Saturday Night is a weekly Psycho/Rockabilly show posted every Saturday by 5 pm EST and Hosted by The Sheep Dog for more info visit the site call in request @ 1-740-891-5029 http://www.screamingdeadradio.com Play List Posted on Site 03/10/12 Topics: Rockabilly, Psychobilly, Punkabilly, OUtlaw, Hellbilly, Hillbilly, Net Cast, Sheep Dog, Screaming...
On this episode of The Alien Invasion Podcast, Brad and Dave talk about The Thing prequel, Orson Welles 1938 War of the Worlds radio broadcast, why the Alpha Draconians are holding us back and more! Topics: 1938, abduction, alien invasion, aliens, alpha draconians, charles hickson, dc comics, legion of...